Little Crackers.

Little Crackers

Sky One comedy drama. 36 episodes (3 series), 2010 - 2012. Stars Chris O'Dowd, Catherine Tate, Julian Barratt, Stephen Fry, Kathy Burke, Bill Bailey, Julia Davis and others.

Little Crackers 2012, Episode 8 - Omid Djalili's Little Cracker

Omid Djalili is a 22-year-old with a plan. A one-man show will kick-start his journey to Hollywood

Further details

Little Crackers. Image shows from L to R: Omid (Ashley Kumar), Tobacconist (Omid Djalili).

The Ten Year Plan: Fringe To Hollywood

1988. Omid Djalili is a 22-year-old with a plan. A one-man show will kick-start his journey to Hollywood and within ten years his name will be in glittering lights.

Along the way, he'll find his ideal woman, too, and edgy actress Annabel looks like she could be the one. Being a critically acclaimed performer is guaranteed to impress her, but the road to fame and riches is bumpy, and young Omid accidentally falls into comedy. Literally.

Notes

Produced by Tiger Aspect Productions.

Broadcast details

Date
Tuesday 18th December 2012
Time
9:30pm
Channel
Sky One
Length
30 minutes

Cast & crew

Regular cast
Omid Djalili Tobacconist
Guest cast
Ashley Kumar Omid
Beattie Edmondson Annabel
Harry Kershaw Craig
Tim Downie PC Goodhand
Max Brophy Rupert
Steve Brody MC Comedy Club
Cara Jenkins Claire
Writing team
Omid Djalili Writer
Production team
Omid Djalili Director
Margot Gavan Duffy Producer
Lucy Lumsden Executive Producer
Sophie Clarke-Jervoise Executive Producer
Ben Cavey Executive Producer
Saskia Schuster Executive Producer
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